Qamea Resort and Spa Fiji
When you stay at Qamea Resort and Spa Fiji in Qamea Island, you’ll be near the airport and within the vicinity of Matangi Dock. This 4.5-star resort is within the region of Bouma Falls Park.
Make yourself at home in one of the 17 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Rooms have private balconies. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. You can soak up the sun at the private beach or enjoy other recreational amenities including an outdoor pool and a fitness center. Additional features at this resort include wireless Internet access (surcharge), concierge services, and gift shops/newsstands. Guests can catch a ride to nearby destinations on the complimentary area shuttle.
Food & Drink
Grab a bite to eat at the resort’s beachfront restaurant, where you can enjoy drinks at a bar and dine alfresco (weather permitting). Or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily from 7 AM to 10 AM.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a 24-hour front desk, and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is complimentary (available 24 hours).
How to Get There
We had such unforgettable stay at Qamea Resort! I spent 10 nights there with my family. As one of the only non-divers, I was a little bit nervous about how I would spend my time, but I found plenty to do between the kayaking, hiking, and snorkeling that was offered. More importantly, everyone at Qamea went out of there way to make us feel at home. Krista, Lars, and the entire staff treat you like family when you are there, and there is nothing quite like sitting with the band in the evening drinking cava. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone looking for an unforgettable, relaxing Fiji vacation.
Renee and Unforgettable Honeymoon's were incredible! They booked our honeymoon to Fiji and were first class, we couldn't have asked for a better trip. Renee takes a lot of her personal time to go into great detail about all of the resort options and provides phenomenal advice. She sent us to Qamea resort and Savasi Island resort. Both were absolutely incredible! Qamea resort had the most amazing staff.
I did my open water diving certification while we were there and Hal and his team were great! They made the process super easy, and a blast at the same time. The resorts service, rooms, food, romance, and activities were the best of any trip I've ever been on my entire life. They also include several honeymoon prep documents that made it so we didn't even have to think about what to pack or anything for our trip. Planning a wedding and honeymoon is definitely a stressful time, but Unforgettable Honeymoon's made planning the trip stress free. I'd 100% recommend Unforgettable Honeymoon's to any friend whether it be a honeymoon, anniversary, or any other overseas trip. Book with Renee!
-Tyler (New Jersey)
We’ve just returned from what can only be described as heaven on earth! Truly! Having stayed at a number of resorts over the years, and having travelled extensively throughout the tropics, we can honestly say that Qamea Resort has topped it for us! Whilst we did find it absolutely over stretched the budget, it was infinitely worth it - and for my hubby to say so is quite something!! And we’re already dreaming and scheming to return sooner rather than later, and preferably with our adult children in tow. The natural environment is pristine - gorgeous beautifully kept gardens, crystal clear warm tropical waters (even on a cloudy day!) Wonderful to see an incredibly wide range of tropical fish and colourful reefs - when so many are suffering. Even those in close proximity are beginning to rejuvenate after Cyclone Winston’s damage which is great to see. A gorgeous resident kingfisher majestic in his buttery chest and deep aquamarine plumage; the incredible bright orange ‘Bune’ (dove) with its distinctive click-click dong. The bures are wonderfully spacious and immaculately kept, every one is on the shoreline and each so very private. Most of all though it’s the people at Qamea Resort that are so very special and made our stay what it was. Incredibly warm, welcoming, open & joyful. Nothing seemed to be too much trouble - they delighted in each guest & were an integral part of our wonderful holiday, celebrating our 38th wedding anniversary! They are all so multi-talented too!! Our days slipped by effortlessly and we were thrilled with the various activities available, many that we didn’t do! Our relaxed choices included a premium snorkeling trip- don’t miss Horseshoe Bay!; round Qamea Island day trip which included three great snorkeling dives and a BBQ picnic on a secluded little beach; a great little guided kayak trip; church visit which ensured meeting the locals and enjoying their wonderful harmonious singing. Piece de resistance is the Jungle Spa which is incredible - the environment, ambience, golden hands & wonderful people!! A lovely fresh water natural pool, hot tub to follow, then lazing in the hammock on our Bure deck. Cocktails (great!) if you wanted to meet other guests or enjoy privately and dinner from 7pm. The traditional drums beaten to herald lunch and dinner times. The Qamea band very special. Enjoying kava, dancing and singing. The food was absolutely delicious - every meal! And very healthy too - we opted for the meal plan which was perfect. Haven’t eaten so much seafood (&food!)in a week! Produce really yummy and fresh. Cuisine made with love tastes great! So very many wonderful folks to thank at Qamea Resort & Spa - you know who you are - thank you for your love, warmth, smiles, hugs, open hearts and minds, sense of fun & joyous presence. We have been greatly blessed and are having withdrawal symptoms. Hope we are able to return to your wonderful shores - God bless xx PS one thing to note ... beware of the red coconuts! 😂😂😂
We've just spent four nights at Qamea as the start of our honeymoon, and we can honestly say we felt we had landed in paradise.
From the incredibly warm welcome on arrival (which was perfect after our 40 hours of travelling from London), to the personal introductions as you met members of the Qamea family - we truly felt we had come home.
We loved the familiarity of the staff - and the other 3 couples - as we felt so relaxed and welcome. Particularly every morning at breakfast - having people say Bula Cerys and Bula Martin with such warmth really sets the day off well!
Our aim was to relax on the beach but we couldn't help but join in the activities. They were well planned so that they were only a few hours and weren't exhausting - so we got the best of both worlds. We enjoyed snorkelling and kayaking which were both incredible. And we also decided to do a refresher course for diving. Hal was brilliant at helping me particularly with my nerves and we completed the refresher successfully and even managed a shore and reef dive which were beautiful.
We also ventured into the Jungle Spa for a Honeymoon Duet (full body massage and facial). These were of the highest quality and we floated back to our Bure afterwards!
We loved hearing the dinner drums every lunch and dinner - as it meant amazing food was coming! Every meal was perfect and we were delighted to meet the chef's on our last day to say thank you.
Other little touches included the cocktail hour with the staff and other guests each night and the Kava and Meke ceremonies to get a true taste of Fiji!
And finally, our Bure was amazing. We were lucky enough to have a honeymoon bure which included a hot tub! Perfect for relaxing in just before dinner! The Bure was spotlessly clean and it was another lovely touch to be given water bottles and sulus to use (and keep) during our stay.
All in all - we loved Qamea and we are already trying to work out when we can return. The farewell from the Qamea family was so touching that we just want to go back now!
Thank you to everyone at Qamea who made our honeymoon so special. We hope to join you all in paradise again soon!
Cerys and Martin Thompson
Our travel agent was really selling Qamea to us over any other honeymoon experience. She said that if we really want an unforgettable experience, this is the place. I'll admit, I had some doubts just because of some of the 1 and 2 star reviews I read about them; damning to be sure, but the good outweighed the bad. All of those doubts were wiped away as soon as we arrived on the island.
Those bad reviews must have been written by self-entitled rich snobs, because let me tell you, this place is the real deal. Our entire experience there was top notch, better than we could have ever hoped.
The food was incredible. My wife and I can be fairly picky, but we were blown away each night by every course. Everything is delicious, and I found myself torn between the different dishes, wanting to try everything but only picking one. My wife and I ended up choosing a different dish each night and trying each others food. We were never disappointed.
The spa was amazing. As honeymooners we received a complementary 30 min couples massage and a 15 min foot massage. Our experience was so great that we had to come back for a paid 90 minute couples massage. The ladies working at the spa do an amazing job, and will massage you with whatever light or hard pressure you want. They found knots in my back that I didn't even know existed, and I left feeling light and refreshed. The atmosphere is so relaxing: the spa is a ways back in the forest, so the natural sounds of water dripping, birds and insects chirping, and the wind through the leaves puts you in a trance. Most spas play music with those sounds to relax you, but this place doesn't need it because it occurs naturally.
The staff are incredibly friendly and accommodating. They are professional and good at their jobs, but will also joke around with you once they get to know you a little bit. They might even try to convince you to come play a game of volleyball with them. One staff member showed us how to make a traditional Fijian dish, another showed us how to weave baskets. They were both very patient teachers, and made for a great experience overall. One staff member even went out of her way when we asked for the recipe to their delicious pumpkin soup; the chef didn't actually have the recipe written down since it was all from memory, so the waitress had her recite it for her and wrote it down for us. All in all, I got the general sense that all of the staff really enjoyed their jobs and their life on the island, which isn't surprising considering that they live in paradise. I truly felt like we had made friends by the time we left.
The snorkeling is incredible, really first class. I had been snorkeling in Hawaii before coming here, and it doesn't compare. The reefs are teeming with life, and there's always something to new to find. You have access to amazing snorkeling right off the beach in front of your bure, or can go on a guided snorkel tour where you can see some bigger stuff that might not be near the shore. Hal is a really great guide, and is always pointing out cool things I wouldn't have seen otherwise; you can tell he really loves what he does. The fields of soft corral are really a sight to see. My only regret is that I didn't try out scuba diving; maybe that's something for our next trip to Qamea.
Our accomadations were very comfortable, and the housekeeping was great. They did a great job cleaning, and provided turn down service in the evenings, which was a nice touch.
The pool was a very relaxing area, and one of our favorite days just ended up being a day when we were tired from all of the activities we had been doing the days before, so we just took a day to relax by the pool. It always seems to be the perfect temperature, and has the right amount of cover so you can stay in the shade if you get too hot. A lot of the time you can see a kingfisher come sit by the pool and take a little dip from time to time.
Their maximum capacity is 17 couples, but while we were there there were only 4 or 5 couples at any time, which was ideal. Imagine that, a whole resort and it's just you and 8 other people, plus the staff. Privacy when you want it, but enough people to socialize with when you want that as well. We must have just been lucky, because I don't think they're that slow most of the year.
I could really go on all day about how amazing our time was, but I will try to sum it up for those who don't want to read a novel. Overall, our time at Qamea was something neither of us will ever forget. We couldn't have picked a better place to have our honeymoon, and we definitely hope to make a return trip. It was so awesome it felt more like a dream than real life, and when we were leaving the island I was so sad to leave it all behind I almost had tears in my eyes. There will always be a place in my heart for the island and the people on it.